True Blood’s Evan Rachel Wood Talks to NYMag.com

September 28, 2011

Queen Sophie Anne Grows Up:

Evan Rachel Wood as Queen Sophie AnneIn her latest interview for NYMag.comEvan Rachel Wood talks about her lack of shock in political scandals, her latest “grown-up” movie, Ides of March, and working with George Clooney as both a director and a fellow actor.

When talking about her Ides of March co-star Ryan Gosling, she muses that he may be this generation’s James Dean:

“There’s something really special here. It’s that striking. I think he’s the James Dean of now. And he’d better kiss my ass for saying that.”

Wood also shows her lighter side, discussing a recent YouTube video that popped up with her covering Justin Bieber:

“I was in China randomly — I know, it’s already weird [laughs] — and I’m a big karaoke fan and I also love Justin Bieber unashamedly.”

She mentions that she also made a Janis Joplin video.  Wood goes on to talk about her love of making music and while it’s always been a personal passion, it may become something she’s interested in pursuing publicly in the future.  It seems that she may join the rank of actors who are a double force in the creative world!

So, do you agree with Evan Rachel Wood that Ryan Gosling is this generation’s James Dean?  Do you share her unabashed love of Justin Bieber?  Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: NyMag.com – Evan Rachel Wood on Her Justin Bieber Video, Making Music, and Her Ides of March Co-star Ryan Gosling

(Photo Credit: HBO Inc.)

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Video: True Blood’s Vampire Queen in New Movie This Fall

August 22, 2011

Evan Rachel Wood in The Ides of March:

Evan Rachel Wood as Queen Sophie-Anne S3 Ep7Starring George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei, Jeffrey Wright and Evan Rachel Wood (True Blood’s vampire Queen), The Ides of March is a fast paced political thriller. The star-studded film follows the campaign of Governor Mike Morris (Clooney) and his campaign staffer (Gosling) on their bid for the White House. Directed by George Clooney, the film is due out October 7, 2011. The movie is based on the play by Beau Willimon. Evan Rachel Wood, who has recently appeared on True Blood as Queen Sophie-Anne and in the HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce, will sadly be fangless in this film and play a campaign staffer.

Will you head to the movie theater this fall to see The Ides of March? Do you miss Queen Sophie-Anne? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Source: The Ides of March Official Movie Site

Video: Sony Pictures on YouTube

(Photo Credit: HBO)

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